Yeah, I haven’t played much Arkham Knight and I got AC: Syndicate free when I upgraded to the Xbox Elite system. Still haven’t played it lol I just wanted to get this Far Cry game and then I’m set for just about the entire year.
I don’t think I want any other of the big releases set for 2016, so this will be the year of “catch up” on games and focusing on getting a better job
I’ve demoed a few other Far Cry games, but this was the first one I ever wanted to buy. I love melee and animal buddies. Didn’t seem like a full game to me, though and there’s no co-op. So, I figure I’ll pick it up when it’s on sale.
It’s released on March 1st for PC, I’m probably going to pick it up then.
Though I’m still fairly upset about Ubisoft’s approach to this game.
They really haven’t done a good job at all at least trying to make this game look original.
Oh well. The reviews for this game are generally positive as far as gameplay goes so I’ll try it out.
The last Far Cry PC port (Far Cry 4) was riddled with launch bugs such as black screens, FOV issues and forced mouse acceleration, but Far Cry Primal is on the same engine. I doubt we’ll see the exact same problems this time around.
Also, I wouldn’t even call it a PC port. Outside of these few bugs back then, Ubisoft actually makes genuinely good PC versions to give credit where due.
The week delay for PC is just because consoles pay for the earlier release. That one week early release for Microsoft and Sony’s platform is enough to ensure that livestreams, reviews, guides, walkthroughs etc will all be using footage/screenshots from the console version. Simply put, popular Let’s Players and gaming websites want to put up their content as soon as possible and will have to buy the console version to do so.
Microsoft and Sony benefit immensely from this.